Friday, January 11, 2013

Christopher Clarey

Over at the New York Times, Christopher Clarey has written "A Tennis Wish List for 2013." One of the wishes is:
"A serious upgrade in anti-doping efforts Top players should never have to ask to be tested more often as Roger Federer and Andy Murray did last year. Tennis was one of the early adopters of an anti-doping program in the 1990s, but the perception lingers that the sport is not attacking the threat aggressively enough. It’s time for more money and resources. It’s time for more blood testing — costly or not — in and out of competition; time to adopt the biological passport used in cycling and track and field to monitor baseline levels."


  1. Here's the link to the full article...

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